LISA BETH GERSTMAN FOUNDATION GOLF CLASSIC

Honoring Jeanine Huebner
Senior Vice President Merchandising – Hardlines, The Home Depot


The Lisa Beth Gerstman Foundation Annual Golf Classic will be held on Monday, October 9, 2017 at the Glen Head Country Club in Glen Head, NY. This special event benefits two organizations dedicated to raising vital funds to help children live fulfilling and rewarding lives: Lisa Beth Gerstman Foundation and Autism Speaks. This year, we are proud to honor Jeanine Huebner, Senior Vice President of Hardlines at The Home Depot. Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you this Fall!

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To participate in the Golf Classic please use the button below to register for golf, purchase sponsorships, and journal advertisements.
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Please donate raffle and gift bag items. Items must be received by 9/25/2017.

2017 Golf Classic Brochure


Schedule of Events

Glen Head Country Club, Glen Head, NY
  • Registration & Brunch 10:30 AM
  • Putting Contest 11:00 AM
  • Tee Off 12:00 PM
  • Followed by Cocktails & Dinner, Presentation, Raffles, Prizes & Awards at 5:00 pm
*This is a rain or shine event. The Brunch and Dinner will go on regardless of weather conditions.

Directions

Address
Glen Head Country Club, Inc.
240 Glen Cove Road
Glen Head, NY 11545
Main: (516) 676-4050
Fax: (516) 676-4095

From Eastern Long Island
Take the Long Island Expressway West to Exit 39 (Glen Cove Road). Proceed north on Glen Cove Road for 4.9 miles. After 1.9 miles you will cross over Northern Blvd., then proceed north for 3 miles to club entrance on left.

From New York City and Western Long Island
Take the Long Island Expressway East to Exit 39 (Glen Cove Road). Proceed North on Glen Cove Road for 4.9 miles to club entrance on left.


For more information, please contact the Lisa Beth Gerstman Foundation:

Matilde Tysz:  (516) 612-0444
GolfClassic@lisabethgerstman.org

Thank you again for your support!

2017 Honoree


Jeanine Huebner
Senior Vice President Merchandising – Hardlines
The Home Depot

Jeanine Huebner is Senior Vice President of Hardlines for The Home Depot. She is responsible for merchandising and marketing strategies for hardware and garden.


Jeanine joined the company in 1999 as a power tool merchant. She has held roles of increasing responsibility, including Director of Marketing Planning, Global Product Merchant of outdoor power equipment, Divisional Merchandise Manager of outdoor living and cleaning and Vice President of Merchandising over décor and storage. Prior to her role as Senior Vice President of hardlines, Jeanine was Vice President of Merchandising over outdoor living, outdoor power equipment and cleaning.


Before joining the company, Jeanine spent 16 years in marketing and sales with Black & Decker.

Jeanine has a bachelor’s degree in business and economics from Mount St. Mary’s University and a master’s degree in marketing from Loyola University Maryland.



Past Honorees


Jim Hovis
Merchandising Vice President - Outdoor Living & Power
The Home Depot (2016)

Billy Bastek
Merchandising Vice President - Tools
The Home Depot (2015)

Harvey Gerstman
Co-Founder, Lisa Beth Gerstman Foundation
Principal, Harvey Gerstman Associates, Inc. (2014)

Pat Farrah
Co-Founder
The Home Depot (2013)

Marty Gallagher
Vice President
The Home Depot (2012)

Bill Lennie

President
The Home Depot Canada (2011)

Joe McFarland

President-Northern Division
The Home Depot (2010)

 

OUR MISSION

To afford children with special needs the opportunity to attend summer day camps in integrated settings. The Lisa Beth Gerstman Foundation enables children with special needs in the New York Metropolitan Area to experience summer camp. By partnering with existing accredited camps, the Foundation affords families the ability to send children into integrated camp settings. The Lisa Beth Gerstman Foundation believes that every child deserves the opportunity to participate in a safe, caring, and fun learning environment. The Foundation’s primary goal is to allow each child to build self esteem and friendships through integrated camping environments. The first Lisa Beth Gerstman Foundation camp program was launched in 2003 at the Cross Island YMCA in Bellerose, New York and was an enormous success. In developing this special camp, Jean Dattner, the Cross Island YMCA’s Special Populations Director, realized a lifelong dream to serve an unserved population in the community, and will continue to provide her vision and leadership to the camp in the years to come.

The Lisa Beth Gerstman Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization.

 

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